Project Number Project Title Stage Comments
NCHRP 07-12Microcomputer Evaluation of Highway User BenefitsCompleted
NCHRP 07-12(2)Metrication and Enhancement of MicroBENCOST Software PackageCompleted
NCHRP 07-13Quantifying CongestionFinal
NCHRP 07-14Guidelines for Analysis of Investments in Bicycle FacilitiesCompleted
NCHRP 07-15Cost-Effective Measures and Planning Procedures for Travel Time, Delay, and ReliabilityFinal
NCHRP 07-16Recommended Revisions to the AASHTO Guidelines for Traffic Data ProgramsFinal
NCHRP 07-17Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation along Existing RoadsFinal
NCHRP 07-18Crash Experience Warrant for Traffic SignalsFinal
NCHRP 07-19Methods and Technologies for Collecting Pedestrian and Bicycle Volume DataFinalGuidebook published as NCHRP Report 797; final research report is available as Web-only Document 205
NCHRP 07-20Guidance for Implementation of Traffic Incident Management Performance MeasurementFinal
NCHRP 07-21Asset Management Guidance for Traffic Control Devices, Barriers, and LightingActive
NCHRP 07-22Planning and Preliminary Engineering Applications Guide to the Highway Capacity ManualActive
NCHRP 07-23Access Management in the Vicinity of InterchangesCompletedResearch complete. Publication decision pending.
NCHRP 07-24Estimating the Value of Truck Travel Time ReliabilityFinalPublished as NCHRP Research Report 925
NCHRP 07-25Guide for Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety at Alternative Intersections and Interchanges (A.I.I.)FinalPublished as NCHRP Research Report 948
NCHRP 07-26Update of Highway Capacity Manual: Merge, Diverge, and Weaving MethodologiesActive
NCHRP 07-27An Update of the Green Book Design VehiclesActive
NCHRP 07-28Assessing the Safety Impacts of Right-Turn Lanes on Rural and Suburban Highways Active
NCHRP 07-29Development of the 8th Edition of AASHTO's A Policy on the Geometric Design of Highways and Streets (Green Book)Pending
NCHRP 07-30Methods for Assigning Short-Duration Traffic Volume Counts to Adjustment Factor Groups for Estimating AADTPending
NCHRP 07-31State DOT Usage of Bicycle and Pedestrian Data: Practices, Sources, Needs, and GapsAnticipated